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Margarine Ration

Volume 478: debated on Monday 18 September 1950

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asked the Minister of Food what representations he has received from local food committees that margarine need no longer be rationed; and what action he is taking.

However inactive food committees may have been, is not the fact that nothing like the full rationed quantity of margarine is being bought—people are so hard up—a pointer that margarine might be de-rationed?

The Question asked what representations I have received. I have received none.